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Associate Minister

St Aldates Oxford Oxford
Closing Date
Tue, 30/08/2022 - 08:00
Full Time
Description of Job
This is a new and vital post, responding to the exciting opportunities of a growing church. This role will bring essential new leadership capability and capacity into the existing Senior Leadership Team.
Working closely with the Rector, the Associate Minister will be passionate about turning vision into reality through oversight of a number of core ministries and new strategic initiatives, including Sunday services, Church Online, investing in our key teams, and our 0-18 ministries. This is an exciting role, with the potential to make a massive difference at a key time, in a strategic context. It will also be a unique development role, with the opportunity to work alongside and learn from experienced leaders while also having the space and support to innovate.
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St Aldates Oxford


Our vision is to invite people to encounter Jesus, equip people to follow Jesus in every area of their lives, and envision people to transform their communities.

St Aldates is a charismatic evangelical Anglican church situated in the heart of Oxford on a site where there has been a worshipping community for almost a thousand years. Our first priority is to connect upwards with God through worship, prayer and the Word, which together provide the foundation for all that goes on. We seek to embrace our heritage and also to be culturally relevant – embracing new developments that enable us to communicate the unchanging gospel of Jesus Christ in fresh and relevant ways.

Our Sunday services are characterised by vibrant, contemporary worship. We have a congregation of 1,000 over four services each Sunday, one of which is broadcast live.

We are a multi-generational church with a passion to minister to all those who come through our doors and have well-established ministries serving students, children, youth, families, internationals, the elderly and the marginalised in our city.

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